Covering up doesn’t equal shame and showing every nook and cranny doesn’t equal confidence.
Our superpower is often the thing about ourselves that we dismiss because it makes us different.
What I have learned in recent years is that while most people dream about a miracle windfall they fail to recognize the “lottery ticket” they already have in their grasp.
The idea that being an employee makes you a loser in life has taken off in the age of digital technology, in which opportunities to earn a living independently have skyrocketed.
There is growing awareness around the psychological manipulation that social media platforms employ to get users hooked.
A theme that has come up recently with the younger people in my life is the issue of how to assess the value of an opportunity. I have repeated the same advice, to think about the long term benefit(s) of accepting the opportunity being presented. The thing that stood out very clearly in both situationsContinue reading “Comfort Is A Girl’s Worst Friend”
I’ve been thinking about over-thinking and how to resolve it; how to overcome it to accomplish goals, certainly, but more importantly, to create a great an abundant life.
It is a story of triumph, hope and faith, and lessons learned from having to dig deep into the core of my being for the strength and tenacity to hold on
By leveraging the resources, talents and skills of others an entrepreneur can accomplish much more than he or she can on their own.
Signs are not coincidence. Signs illuminate both lessons and warnings.